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Satyam partners GigaSpaces for grid solutions

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Hyderabad , July 25

Satyam Computer Services Ltd has announced it has formed an alliance with GigaSpaces Technologies to provide solutions for service-oriented architecture and grid environments.

Based on this alliance, GigaSpaces will provide software and Satyam will offer implementation and IT services expertise, particularly useful for companies that rely on high-volume transactional applications.

Two years ago, Satyam invested in a dedicated Grid Computing practice. Based out of Chennai, the Centre of Excellence will provide professional services.

The Director, Consulting and Enterprise Solutions, Satyam, Mr G.B. Prabhat, in a statement said, "Increasingly, organisations in financial services, telecommunications, and other industries need applications that can address high-throughput, high-performance transactions with a scalable architecture."

"GigaSpaces provides the infrastructure software that enables rapid construction of such applications, reducing time to market and cost. And, at Satyam, we help companies optimise the performance of these applications, to ensure that clients receive the utmost return on their technology investments," Mr Prabhat said.

The Executive Vice-President, GigaSpaces, Mr Giva Perry, said, "This partnership will enhance our capacity to handle large, resource-intensive projects and enable us to respond effectively to growing demand."

GigaSpaces, an affiliate of Israeli company Formula Group, has offices in New York, London and Israel.

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